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1 React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted SGT WILLIAM M. DOLAN

2 RISK ASSESSMENTS: Electronic Equipment Power Cables Dehydration

3 References STP 21-1-SMCT FM

4 Standards: Reacted to each situation by shouting "Incoming," followed the leader's directions, if available. Took or maintained cover.

5 Conditions: You are a member (without leadership responsibilities) of a squad or team. You are either in a defensive position or moving on foot. You hear incoming rounds, shells exploding or passing overhead, or someone shouting "incoming."

6 Performance Steps 1.Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice. 2.Look to your leader for additional instructions. 3.Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location. 4.Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.

7 Performance Steps 1.Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice. 2.Look to your leader for additional instructions. 3.Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location. 4.Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.

8 Performance Steps 1.Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice. 2.Look to your leader for additional instructions. 3.Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location. 4.Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.

9 Performance Steps 1.Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice. 2.Look to your leader for additional instructions. 3.Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location. 4.Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.

10 Direction of Movement - FM If you come under indirect fire while moving, quickly look to your leader for orders. He will either tell you to run out of the impact area in a certain direction or will tell you to follow him. If you cannot see your leader, but can see other team members, follow them.

11 Direction of Movement - FM If alone, or if you cannot see your leader or the other team members, run out of the area in a direction away from the incoming fire.

12 DEMONSTRATION SGT Barber SGT MAHER SGT McGarity SSG Osteen

13 Check on Learning What is the First Performance Step? A.Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight. B.Look to your leader for additional instructions. C.Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location. D.Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.

14 Check on Learning What is the First Performance Step? A.Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight. B.Look to your leader for additional instructions. C.Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location. D.Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.

15 Check on Learning What is the Fourth Performance Step? A.Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight. B.Look to your leader for additional instructions. C.Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location. D.Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.

16 Check on Learning What is the First Performance Step? A.Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight. B.Look to your leader for additional instructions. C.Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location. D.Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.

17 Check on Learning Name Two References? A.STP 21-1-SMCT B.FM C.FM D.STP 21-1-SMCT

18 References: STP 21-1-SMCT FM

19 Standards and Conditions: Reacted to each situation by shouting "Incoming," followed the leader's directions, if available. Took or maintained cover. You are a member (without leadership responsibilities) of a squad or team. You are either in a defensive position or moving on foot. You hear incoming rounds, shells exploding or passing overhead, or someone shouting “incoming.”

20 Retraining 06 July (after PT) Classroom 426

21 React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted


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